Seasonal menus served in a retro, repurposed dining car
Recomendado por 311 habitantes locales · Precio estimado 2 de 4 ·
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Diner is a pioneer. Opened in 1999 by a young Andrew Tarlow as his first foray into Brooklyn (a borough with a dining scene of which he is now rightfully King), it's safe to consider it the birthplace of the effortlessly cool restaurant vibe. For starters, it's housed in a dining car and servers present the day's offerings (note Diner's website, which states: "our menu changes daily, dudes") by scribbling them on your butcher-paper tablecloth. The food is seasonally-inspired, comforting, and all-around solid. And the menu's mainstay is a burger and fries — which remains, to this day, amongst the city's very best.
Consejos de residentes locales
Popular spot, so can be hard to get into. Good food though! We got the burger.
An outstanding restaurant inside a converted old train car. Great for dinner, brunch, or date night. Excellent natural wine selection as well.
Another Andrew Tarlow restaurant, next to Marlow & Sons and in an old-school diner. We love their burgers!
Estado del horario de servicioCerrado · Abre a las Wednesday 6:00 PM
Sirve los siguientes tipos de comidasDesayuno, Brunch, Comida, Cena
Tarjetas de crédito
Yes (incl. American Express)
Mesas al aire libre
Desayuno, Brunch, Comida, Cena
Beer, Wine, Full Bar, Cocktails
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